Funded training launched to help people at risk of or recently made redundant.
Free training for a career in customer services.
A guide to reducing risk and easing concerns.
Digital platform leads to 18,000 sports qualifications during lockdown.
Helping West Midlands creative talent into jobs.
Green Recovery Challenge Fund grant safeguards jobs and enables progress in biodiversity.
£5.6 million boost as Trust at its busiest ever.
Thousands of residents benefit from better qualifications and skills.
Call for football clubs to kickstart young people’s careers with work placements.
North Birmingham employment opportunities to be showcased.
Help to shape the next generation by training as a teacher.
National Lottery funding for young people to learn new skills through Commonwealth Games.
Six in 10 employers to take on apprentices and help economy ‘build back better’.
Ways in which diversity can be promoted amongst your workforce.
Birmingham trades businesses urged to seize government apprenticeship grants.
Blues and University College Birmingham give school leavers pathway into sports career.
BBC investment in Birmingham and West Midlands applauded by media expert.
Free online event aims to kickstart new talent.
New Sandwell Youth Hub gives young people access to training and career opportunities.
Recruitment event goes virtual connecting Birmingham residents with local teachers and training providers.
Agency aims to bring community involvement into recruitment.
John Lewis funding delivers tenth birthday present for Miss Macaroon.
Communities Secretary confirms first government department to have ministers working outside Whitehall.
Free training programme offers lifeline for Covid job losses.
New office solutions at city centre development.
Webinar to showcase local job opportunities on HS2.
Free online job training targets Falcon Lodge unemployed.
Government funded Peer Network programme supports key sectors impacted by COVID-19.
In-Comm Training launches Skills Barometer to discover impact of Brexit and Covid-19.
Funding package helps The Skill Mill expand employment programme for young offenders.